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John Klossner
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John Klossner has been drawing technology cartoons for more than 15 years. His work regularly appears in Computerworld and Federal Computer Week. His illustrations and cartoons have also been published in The New Yorker, Barron's, and The Wall Street Journal. Web site: ... View Full Bio

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Musing
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Musing,
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9/9/2016 | 12:49:53 PM
Mom is that you?
"Imprinting Scam at its finest"
JohnM217
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9/9/2016 | 5:56:35 PM
Re: Mom is that you?
Possible captions...

1.  Kids these days...back in my day we had to leave the nest to watch humans.

2.  Technology has really changed human watching.

3.  These new displays make them make them look so life-like.

 
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9/12/2016 | 7:20:41 AM
Cuckoo
The Cuckoos had to really step their game up once the humans started competing. 
jcavery
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9/12/2016 | 9:40:41 AM
Caption
"This surveillance stuff is really getting out of hand."
MichaelW367
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9/12/2016 | 11:22:02 AM
Cartoon Caption
For birds, "early bird gets the worm" does not apply to sales on electronics.
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9/12/2016 | 4:49:17 PM
Self-proclaimed Experts
1. Maybe he has 1M YouTube views, but I have years of flying experience....

2. I find it helps drown out the annoying chirping...

3. It's given me hours back in my day...Now if it could only find worms...
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9/12/2016 | 8:03:28 PM
Name that Toon: For the Birds
"I guess you're never too young to learn about Identity Theft."
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9/12/2016 | 10:16:37 PM
Twitter
I might be going out on a limb here, but nobody understands their tweets.
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9/13/2016 | 11:05:16 AM
Name That Toon - Birds
We must minimize the screen time to secure our borders
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9/13/2016 | 11:11:16 AM
Name That Toon - Birds2
Did I just hear "no flying zone"? I am afraid we must train the little ones how to swim now.
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